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[unknown]Usenet groups within culist.book_arts-l from giganews.com
Usenet newsgroups within "culist.book_arts-l", contributed courtesy of giganews.com. These captures omit most binary posts.
Keywords: culist.book_arts-l
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[audio]Technology and the Book, Art Waves #3
When we heard that McMaster University Bookstore was installing the 9th Espresso Book Machine in the world, Art Waves invited Mark Lefevbre of Titles, and Kristine Tortora, who has spent her life studying the ancient arts of making and preserving books, to square off. To our surprise they were on the same page! Tune in for a fascinating conversation.
Keywords: technology; book arts; publishing; preservation; the Espresso Book Machine; bookbinding
Downloads: 30
[texts]Elements of Ruskin: A Deformance in Three Parts - John Ruskin with Lorraine Janzen Kooistra & Reg Beatty
A DH pop-up project created at the Centre for Digital Humanities at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada.
Keywords: CDH; digital humanities; Ruskin; drawing; Ryerson; book arts
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[texts]The Bonefolder: e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist - Peter D. Verheyen
The Bonefolder: e-journal for the bookbinder and book artist is an an outgrowth of the Book Arts Web, is a peer-reviewed âopen-accessâ e-journal for bookbinding and the book arts. Since fall of 2004, The Bonefolder has reached a global audience and contributed to the body of knowledge in the book arts both theoretically and practically. The Bonefolder publishes significant articles by established and emerging authorities on a variety of book arts topics...
Keywords: Bookbinding; artist's books; book arts; conservation; history of the book
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[audio]Bookmarks VII - Nancy Campbell
Nancy Campbell interviews Peter T. Scott, antiquarian bookdealer and historian, about his bookmark collection. Part of CFPR University of the West of England's project 'Bookmarks VII: Infiltrating the Library System.'
Keywords: Bookmarks; Collecting; Book History; Book Arts; CFPR; UWE; Printing; Publishing; Design; Typography; Nancy Campbell
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[audio]Bookmarks - Nancy Campbell
Nancy Campbell interviews Peter T. Scott, antiquarian bookdealer and historian, about his bookmark collection. Part of CFPR University of the West of England's project 'Bookmarks VII: Infiltrating the Library System.'
Keywords: Bookmarks; Collecting; Book History; Book Arts; CFPR; UWE; Printing; Publishing; Design; Typography; Nancy Campbell
Downloads: 13
[audio]October 2, 2012 - Downtown Library C-SAAHN "IMAGINE" Noon-Hour Lecture - Eric Jackson-Forsberg, Executive Director, Western NY Book Arts Collaborative - The Center for the Study of Art, Architecture, History, & Nature (C-SAAHN)
Since December 2009, The Center for the Study of Art, Architecture, History & Nature (C-SAAHN) has sponsored the Tuesday 'IMAGINE' Noon-Hour Lecture/Discussion Series at the Downtown Buffalo & Erie County Central Public Library. This is the 82nd C-SAAHN 'IMAGINE' Lecture. The first fifty in the "IMAGINE' Series (Dec. 2009 - Dec. 2011) were titled, "IMAGINE Buffalo Niagara in the 21st Century." This lecture is the 18th in the C-SAAHN 'IMAGINE' Series called "IMAGINE The Arts as Our Universal Lang...
Keywords: Eric Jackson-Forsberg; Western NY Book Arts Collaborative; C-SAAHN; 'IMAGINE'; Tuesday Noon-Hour Lecture/Discussion; Dennis Galucki
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